A pill to pro­vide tax­payer re­lief

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Our nation is in the throes of a debt cri­sis. One way I be­lieve we could al­le­vi­ate part of the debt is to deed pub­lic ra­dio to the lawyers of Amer­ica.

You can­not watch tele­vi­sion these days with­out a dozen lawyer com­mer­cials tout­ing at­tempts to sue a phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pany. If you gave pub­lic ra­dio and tele­vi­sion sta­tions to the lawyers we could can­cel the mil­lions of dol­lars that are given to the most lib­eral and left-lean­ing news out­lets.

By re­quir­ing all lawyers to ad­ver­tise on pub­lic ra­dio and tele­vi­sion their pay­ments for ad­ver­tis­ing would sup­port the out­lets that con­ser­va­tives don’t watch any­way, and our tax dol­lars would not have to be spent on NPR. James H. Addy Decatur, Mis­sis­sippi

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